Bodegas Fernando Castro is located in the heart of the Designation of Origin Valdepeñas. Lying on the southern edge of the Iberian plateau and clearly defined by the plains of La Mancha to the north, the fields of Montiel to the east, those of Calatrava to the west and the Sierra Morena to the south, Santa Cruz de Mudela preserves the cultural and culinary traditions of La Mancha.
The Wines of Bodegas Fernando Castro express the personality of a unique region where a climate of extreme temperatures and the special characteristics of the land are ideal for growing high quality vines.
Located 705 meters above sea level, the soils are poor in organic matter and low fertility, ideal for grape growing. Sandy, clayey, limestone soils, crossed by the River Jabalón and seared by the sun.
A land where rain falls in the spring and autumn, and sometimes torrentially in summer.
With mores than 2,500 hours of sun per year and 300 clear days, these continental climate lands can exceed maximum temperatures of 40 ° C and minimum temperatures of -10 ° , with an annual average of 16 ° C. These climatic characteristics is translated into good ripen grapes and greater color intensity, optimal structure and aromatic potency in wine production.